Pasta comes in a lot more shapes and sizes than just spaghetti. Allen Pizzey reports from Rome with the story of pasta past and present.
A cruise ship ran aground off the coast of Italy, causing it to almost capsize. Allen Pizzey reports
In his letter addressed to the Catholics of Ireland, Pope Benedict XVI apologized to abuse victims for what they had endured. Allen Pizzey has the story.
An earthquake hit L'Aquila, Italy and reduced nearby towns to rubble. Police are using search dogs to locate survivors. Allen Pizzey reports.
A powerful earthquake rocked central Italy overnight and, as Allen Pizzey reports, at least 100 are dead, 1,500 are injured and tens of thousands are homeless.
Pope Benedict will issue a much anticipated pastoral letter to address the Catholic church's sex abuse scandal. Allen Pizzey reports that Catholics worldwide are waiting to hear what he will have to say.
The CEO of Costa Cruises, the company which owns the ship which sank off Italy, is blaming the accident on human error and the ship's captain for veering off course. Allen Pizzey reports on the continuing efforts to find 29 people still missing.
Amanda Knox's mother Edda Mellas visited her daughter in prison for the third holiday season. Allen Pizzey reports on Knox's first Christmas behind bars as a convicted murderer.
With the death toll in Italy topping 200, rescuers continue the search for 15 others who remain missing after a devastating earthquake. Allen Pizzey has the latest.
Pope Benedict XVI will celebrate midnight mass at 10 p.m. on Christmas Eve so the 82-year-old can get a good night's sleep. Allen Pizzey reports on the controversy over Pope Pius XII and John Paul II.
Police in Italy say that a mentally-disturbed female assailant attacked Pope Benedict XVI during a Christmas Eve ceremony at the Vatican. Allen Pizzey reports from Rome.
A new reports claims that Pope Benedict took no action against a priest accused of molestation while he was a cardinal. Allen Pizzey reports.
In light of the recent incident involving a woman who pushed Pope Benedict XVI during a Christmas Eve mass, concerns have been raised over papal protection. Allen Pizzey reports from Vatican City.
Pope Benedict ventured out among the public again, only three days after a women knocked him down in St. Peter's Basilica in a major security scare for the Vatican. Allen Pizzey reports.
Pope Benedict is expected to release an official apology on priest pedophilia but some victims believe it is not enough. Allen Pizzey reports.
Victims of priest abuse at a school for the deaf in Milwaukee, Wis. are pointing the finger at Pope Benedict for doing nothing at the time. Allen Pizzey reports.